Written by T_Z_.
Author: Micster (TMX)
Length: 45 sec
Flowy and easy fullspeed track… looks cool.
It has a nice design, but it’s too easy, big straight road parts that make it easy for the player, maybe some tricky parts here and there and it would be better in my opinion. It has some nice ideas, some good mixes of blocks that make the track more enjoyable – the start is nice for example.
It also has these very cool dirt bumps wich i really liked.
Rating: 8.0 +
The scenery is not bad at all. Some parts have very cool scenery, good mixes of blocks that you notice while you race but when you see the track with camera 7 it looks kind of dumb 😛 There is to much road with donut shapes and stuff.
But again, it’s not bad.
Rating: 7.0 +
Intro: The intro looks very cool. The camera flies over the track in a cool and smooth way, while the author presents the track with cool letters. Nice timing. And there’s also these cool white stripes, wich take a lot to make.
Ingame: Loop and end camera which is good.
Outro: This one rocks. It has great cameras, stopped and moving, cool shakes and nice FX colors. And unlike most tracks, this one doesn’t go through blocks or the car and flows really well.
The MT is probably the best thing in this track, i loved it.
Rating: 10.0 +
The start is unusual in Stadium and I’ve never seen the dirt bumps that flow really well – but that’s all.
Rating: 6.0 +
Yeah, it is fun, especially for WR hunting. I’ve played this track a lot and I’m not sick of it, it flows really well and it’s very entertaining.
Rating: 8.5 +
It’s a great track which I think everyone should try. It has a good design, nice scenery and the MT rocks.
Final Rating: 8.0 (very good) ++++
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